In my good good morning
I'm up before the sun can bring,
Early morning, and everyone
Like a shiny thing.

All my angels appear
Before my window saying
"good morning"
In my good morning

In my good, good morning
I feel before my thoughts all spring.
Am I conscious or
Is this my unconscious being
No more like a dream than a
God before my conscious saying
"good morning" in my good morning?

In my good, good morning
I'm up before the sun can bring,
Early morining, and everyone like a shiny
Thing.
No more like a dream, then a God before
My conscious saying
"good morning" in my good morning.



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Good Morning Lyrics as written by Shaffer Smith Robert Taylor

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    This song is epic, easily my favourite Dandys track. It conjures images of waking up to a beautiful crisp day in Summer and beginning a great adventure. Instantly puts me in a great mood, love it.

    ennajelon August 27, 2006   Link
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    their best song-beautiful

    courtneytayloron May 05, 2002   Link
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    This has to be one of the most perfect songs ever written. This song to me is about waking up on a sunshiny Saturday morning next to my lover,seeing how beautiful she is and realising that today everything is perfect but not really believing that it could be so.

    arcarsenalon July 18, 2002   Link
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    this has got to be THE most comforting, happy song i own. it actually brings me to tears.

    gehennaon August 14, 2002   Link
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    i agree with arcarsenel. this gives me an image of me of waking up next to someone i love after our first night together and realising how beautiful they are for the first time (pretty much what he said)

    MunkyManon March 10, 2005   Link
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    I love waking up to this song! So refreshing, It's exactly what I need in the morning!

    I_LOVE_CAMPon December 24, 2005   Link
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    I love the intro to this song as well, it is so relaxing and just has a way of setting your mind straight amidst so much commotion.

    Lailseaxon January 30, 2006   Link
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    this song is so refreshing to listen to after a really long day.

    getalonggetalongon July 28, 2006   Link
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    Its spiritual. I play as I'm about to get off the subway as I walk up Broadway to my office.

    wexyon March 30, 2007   Link
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    this is such a gorgeous song. it reminds me of the times i've been up early enough to watch the sun rise. as well as looking through my telescope, it makes me think about how awesome this universe is.

    pixieinpanoplyon July 10, 2007   Link

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